The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Oviatt open late courtesy of Campus Quality Fee

Chelsea Cody May 3, 2009

To better facilitate late night, last minute study sessions the Oviatt Library will be extending its regular hours of operation and remain open 24 hours during finals week.

Movies at CSUN

Chelsea Cody March 13, 2009

What do the new 'Star Trek' movie, 'Superbad,' 'Sky High,' 'Georgia Rule,' 'The Office,' 'CSI,' and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' have in common?

Meaningful expression vs. mass conception

Chelsea Cody November 18, 2008

Welcome to the cruel world of commercial radio and popular music. Here independent and alternative artists are launched, some kicking and screaming, from stylish obscurity into the consumer-driven narcissistic realm of mainstream corporate music making.

Straddling the divide: The ideal and reality of journalism

Chelsea Cody October 22, 2008

Why don't journalism students care about journalism? This is a question that is frequently asked by teachers, professionals and students. Although it is a compelling question, it is a bit misleading.

Oviatt receives ?topsy-turvy? opera collection

Chelsea Cody October 6, 2008

Over the course of 18 years, David Trutt collected nearly 1,000 books, musical scores, posters, and souvenirs related to the work and lives of Gilbert and Sullivan. His unique collection began in 1988 with a widely available book by Alan Jefferson called 'The Complete Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Guide.'

McCain and Obama Debate Around the Issue

Chelsea Cody September 28, 2008

I do not envy Jim Lehrer.' Moderating a presidential debate is a difficult task. Attempting to get two individuals to address one another directly when they cannot even make eye contact is close to impossible.' Lehrer spoke of his intentions to encourage a direct dialogue between Senators McCain and Obama saying, 'I'm just determined to get you all to talk to each other. I'm going to try.'

TARP: To wrap up the dead body of our economy

Chelsea Cody September 25, 2008

Allow me to present you with a passage from the proposed financial bailout bill called the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP, presented to Congress by the Bush Administration.

Lights in the sky: the view from above

Chelsea Cody September 23, 2008

Seat shock,' similar to sticker-shock, refers to the feeling of surprise experienced by concertgoers upon finding unexpectedly distant seating after their arrival to a music venue. Typically, this reaction occurs after purchasing a somewhat pricey ticket for a highly anticipated show.

Rabbi shares his struggle with addiction

Chelsea Cody September 18, 2008

The role of religion and spirituality in recovering from addiction was the focus of 'Finding Spirituality the Hard Way,' a discussion hosted by the Jewish Studies Department on Tuesday.

Speaker reveals the history of forgotten Jewish communities

Chelsea Cody September 11, 2008

Professor of European history at Brown University, Dr. Omer Bartov, visited CSUN on Monday to present his study of disappearing Jewish communities in Galicia, Ukraine.
Dr. Bartov, an authority on the subject of genocide, was invited by the Provost's office and the Jewish Studies Program to speak about his latest book called 'Erased: Vanishing Traces of Jewish Galicia in Present-Day Ukraine.'

McCain?s pick for vice-president comes as a shocker

Chelsea Cody September 3, 2008

'It's not because John McCain doesn't care.?It's because John McCain doesn't get it.' Listening to Sen. Barack Obama speak these words as he delivered his eloquent and stirring speech on the final night of the Democratic National Convention caused something inside me to give way.

Donation creates new scholarships

Chelsea Cody September 2, 2008

A $5 million anonymous donation made to CSUN this summer is being used to create an administrative endowment meant to support the university's Northridge Scholarship Program.

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